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Разработанный МФТИ курс отличается тем, что все основные конструкции и принципы теории вводятся непосредственно на основе разбираемых "с нуля" конкретных этюдов.

Next cohort starts June 15. Accessible for free. Completion certificates are offered.

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Дмитрий Ильинский
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4 posts • 38 mentions • top 14 shown below

r/gamedev • post
22 points • bluesoul
Stanford's Game Theory course is free on Coursera and starts tomorrow. Sign up tonight to ensure a spot.

https://www.coursera.org/course/gametheory

EDIT: I know, I know, game theory has more to do with economics and math than typical /r/gamedev content. My field is board/card game design and I lurk this reddit for related stuff as the GameDesign sub is pretty empty. If you're doing something beyond a platformer, something that involves choices presented to the player, and you're not even aware of the game theory that goes into balancing choices, you are releasing a sub-par game. The course will probably be pretty dry and boring to most, it involves a lot of math. But it's a free tool to help polish the details of your game in progress.

r/learnprogramming • post
754 points • dhawal
Here's a list of 32 free online programming/CS courses (MOOCs) with feedback(i.e. exams/homeworks/assignments) that you can start this month

This is not the complete list of courses starting in Jan 2013, just the ones relevant to this community. The complete list of courses starting in Jan can be found over at Class Central blog. I maintain a much bigger list of these courses over at Class Central

UDACITY(13)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: CS 101: Building a Search Engine|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS 373: Programming a Robotic Car|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS212 - The Design of Computer Programs|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS253 - Web Application Engineering - Building a Blog|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS262 - Programming Languages - Building a Browser|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS387 - Applied Cryptography|Open Enrollment|7 weeks ST101 - Introduction to Statistics - Making Decisions based on Data|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS215 - Algorithms - Crunching Social Networks|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS258 - Software Testing - How to Make Software Fail|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS222 - Making Math Matter - Differential Equations in Action|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS259 - Software Debugging - Automating The Boring Tasks|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS313 - Intro to Theoretical Computer Science - Dealing with Challenging Problems|Open Enrollment|7 weeks CS271 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence|Open Enrollment|10 weeks

EDX(1)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: CS169.1x: Software as a Service|Jan 7th|5 weeks

CALTECH(1)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: Learning from Data ( Introductory Machine Learning course)|Jan 8th|10 weeks

CLASS2GO(1)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: Introduction to Databases|Jan 15th|10 weeks

10GEN(2)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: M101P: MongoDB for Developers|Jan 21st|7 weeks M102: MongoDB for DBAs|Jan 21st|7 weeks

COURSERA(14)

Course Name|Start Date|Length :--|:--:|:--: Computing for Data Analysis|Jan 7th|4 weeks Game Theory|Jan 7th|6 weeks Cryptography I|Jan 14th|6 weeks Introduction to Computer Networks|Jan 14th|10 weeks Programming Languages|Jan 14th|10 weeks Image and video processing: From Mars to Hollywood with a stop at the hospital|Jan 14th|9 weeks Data Analysis|Jan 22nd|8 weeks Computer Vision: From 3D Reconstruction to Visual Recognition|Jan 28th|NA Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 1|Jan 28th|6 weeks Control of Mobile Robots|Jan 28th|7 weeks Artificial Intelligence Planning|Jan 28th|5 weeks Introduction to Databases|Open Enrollment|NA Computer Science 101|Open Enrollment|NA Compilers|Open Enrollment|NA

r/INTP • post
20 points • [deleted]
Game Theory course just started on coursera.org! Heads up!
r/GAMETHEORY • post
15 points • Vladis_
Game Theory course on Coursera begins on the 14th of October, and sign-up is still possible!
r/socialistprogrammers • post
7 points • VictoryGin1984
Just a heads up, there's a free Game Theory course that starts Friday

https://www.coursera.org/course/gametheory

This is relevant because in my opinion, we need game theory to successfully overthrow capitalism, and I know a lot of you folks are capable of turning these algorithms into something useful.

r/gamesandtheory • post
5 points • athrowawaybitheway
FREE Online Game Theory Class from Stanford starts soon

Check it out.

https://www.coursera.org/course/gametheory

r/INTPactivists • post
3 points • TheVenetianMask
Game Theory course just started on coursera.org! Heads up! [x-post from /r/intp]
r/GAMETHEORY • post
6 points • logosfabula
Game theory Mooc: any suggestion?

Hi everyone,

I want to attend a mooc in game theory and so far I found the one from Stanford by Jackson, Leyton-Brown and Shoham and the one from Yale by prof. Ben Polak.

Which is the best in your opinion? Do you know of any others? Are maybe excellent game theory courses that are not in the form of a mooc (e.g. on Youtube?).

Thanks a lot for any help!

-Anton

r/magicTCG • post
2 points • scalesthefish
Want to join me in learning about 'game theory'? (x-post /r/boardgames

Hi all, as avid gamers and tactical thinkers (mostly), I thought I'd share with you details about a course I'm doing (for free) online, starting tomorrow, about game theory.

What is it?

...game theory is the mathematical modeling of strategic interaction among rational (and irrational) agents. Beyond what we call 'games' in common language, such as chess, poker, soccer, etc., it includes the modeling of conflict among nations, political campaigns, competition among firms, and trading behavior in markets such as the NYSE..

Sounds like just a bigger version of FNM, right? Anyways if you are interested, you can sign up via via Coursera here.

r/gaming • post
1 points • [deleted]
Free online game theory course (Coming Jan) also many other awesome free courses.
r/gamesandtheory • post
11 points • MisterLyle
[Introduction] IAm MisterLyle, a.k.a. Joven - Who am I, what do I do, and what I will be doing as Mod for this sub.

I am making this a separate post because there is a lot to cover, and so that I can simply reference this post in the future should these questions arise.


Who am I?

Professionally, I am internet marketer and e-entrepreneur, and offline I run a Marketing and CCT (Consulting, Coaching, Therapy) company. I specialize in assisted self-actualization, which is about as broad and ambiguous as the name implies. I help people become better socially, psychologically, and professionally.

Additionally, I organize and attend conferences and lectures on a variety of topics, as both an 'experience expert' and motivational speakers.

On Reddit, you may know me from a variety of well-known posts, including my Grudge Letter Technique on my former and now-banned account, or as an active contributor to /r/socialengineering, most notably writing the Encyclopedia of Social Engineering.


What am I working on?

Currently, I am in the early stages of creating a massive self-help brand spanning various types of media and disciplines of self-improvement, which I named Mind Under Control. You can find the official website over at http://www.mindundercontrol.com.

It ambitions to cover all of social psychology and social engineering, with practical and theoretical information, and full-blown academic-level and more casual courses to hone your social skills. It additionally will contain a more "traditional" self-help category called "Mental Mastery," which can be useful, as it teaches stress-relief and fear-neutralization.

Please bookmark this site and subscribe to the official /r/mindundercontrol subreddit, as it will contain some content that I deem to be aimed at a more casual audience and will not fit the criteria of /r/gamesandtheory, but will still provide you with a substantial amount of useful information and a number of important skills to learn and master.


What content will I create for this sub?

  • First, I will create extensive articles and essays on Social Psychology and Social Engineering. They are highly theoretical, backed by academic sources, but provide a good base for practical and thought experimentation as well. Please check out Human Error iii - Attentional Bias as an example of my work.

  • I will create guides and courses on Social Engineering, charismatic behavior and (non)-verbal communication, based largely on well-known Social Engineering books and Social Psychology textbooks.

Sample article: What You Need To Know About Eye Contact: 10 Facts That’ll Help You See Eye-To-Eye

  • I will condense these guides into one-image blueprints to aid you in memorization and day-to-day application of social engineering principles.

Sample Blueprint: Eye Contact Blueprint

  • I am also planning a Weekly evaluation and discussion of the free Coursera Game Theory course. Please enter this course if you haven't already.

  • All of this will also be accompanied by video's in due time. Social Media can be found in the subreddit or on the site, so don't ask.

Please note: Only theoretical articles and practical challenges in accordance with this sub's rules will be posted here as a text post, so subscribe to /r/mindundercontrol if you don't want to miss out on any content.


What is my role as a moderator on /r/gamesandtheory?

  • I will be giving structure to the GamesAndTheory wiki, largely based on my Encyclopedia of Social Engineering and the Social Mastery part of my own personal Wiki (can be found onsite).

  • I will contribute to the discussion on /r/GamesAndTheory as much as time permits. I am known for long and extensive replies, so even if I don't reply often, you are guaranteed quality when I do comment.


Some additional notes:

  • I am available for any questions via Skype, Reddit PMB, or e-mail. Contact info can be found on-site.

  • Feel free to ask any unanswered questions in this thread or via any of the other contact options.

With love,

Joven

r/GAMETHEORY • post
4 points • DiogenicOrder
The resources need an update

In the sidebar, the GameTheory.net portal links to a lot of dead links or 404 errors. We must update it to have accessible resources and information.

Very much like r/economics, it'd be great to have different books, textbooks and courses referenced to allow beginners, intermediates and advanced readers to find interesting stuff to read.

If someone has resources to share or wants to help, I'd really appreciate. I know I'm just pointing at a problem and not providing much help but I believe it needed to be said.

Thanks

Game Theory I, Standford Uni, Coursera (1)

Game Theory II, Standford Uni, Coursera (2)

Game Theory II : Advanced Applications Standford Uni, Coursera (3)

Game Theory, Yale, courses downloadable (1a)

Game theory videos and playlist with Ben Polak, Yale teacher (1b)

Game theory and decision-making related MIT Open courseware.

MOOC compiler with game theory resources, Several Universities.

Course in 4 parts about competitive strategy

Game Without Chance : Combinatorial Game Theory

This thread in mathoverflow More mathematically oriented, includes books suggestions. (1a)

Second thread in mathoverflow (1b)

Requires registration but enables access to free books

Books

OPEN ACCESS TEXTBOOK Free textbook with exercices, some people are very nice.

Auction theory

Auction Theory by Vijay Krishna

Putting Auction Theory to Work by Paul Milgrom

[Paul Klemperer, Auctions : theory and practice] (http://www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/users/klemperer/VirtualBook/VBCrevisedv2.asp)

The works of John Nash & Reinhard Selten, 1994 Nobel prizes for game theory.

Multidisciplinary digital publishing institute An open-access journal

Another Open-Access journal

For all the open access & free books/courses, don't forget to leave a comment to encourage them or support them if you can afford it, they make free public knowledge possible.

Thank you.

edit can people post links of useful resources in the comments please, I'll try to make a list. edit2 : /u/HenryAudubon & /u/wspaniel could you make this more visible for everyone to improve upon it? I would be immensely grateful. Thank you

r/ethereum • post
4 points • DiogenicOrder
Resources for game theory for those wanting to understand incentives models and equilibria.

Here they are, I hope you guys will enjoy it.

Very much like r/economics, it'd be great to have different books, textbooks and courses referenced to allow beginners, intermediates and advanced readers to find interesting stuff to read. (this is originally a post I made for r/gametheory)

If someone has resources to share or wants to help or has anything to add, I'd really appreciate.

Thanks

Game Theory I, Standford Uni, Coursera (1)

Game Theory II, Standford Uni, Coursera (2)

Game Theory II : Advanced Applications Standford Uni, Coursera (3)

Game Theory, Yale, courses downloadable (1a)

Game theory videos and playlist with Ben Polak, Yale teacher (1b)

Game theory and decision-making related MIT Open courseware.

MOOC compiler with game theory resources, Several Universities.

Course in 4 parts about competitive strategy

Game Without Chance : Combinatorial Game Theory

This thread in mathoverflow More mathematically oriented, includes books suggestions. (1a)

Second thread in mathoverflow (1b)

Requires registration but enables access to free books

Books

OPEN ACCESS TEXTBOOK Free textbook with exercices, some people are very nice.

Auction theory

Auction Theory by Vijay Krishna

Putting Auction Theory to Work by Paul Milgrom

[Paul Klemperer, Auctions : theory and practice] (http://www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/users/klemperer/VirtualBook/VBCrevisedv2.asp)

The works of John Nash & Reinhard Selten, 1994 Nobel prizes for game theory.

Multidisciplinary digital publishing institute An open-access journal

Another Open-Access journal

International Game Theory review

Open Access articles in "Games and Economic Behavior"

A Study in Game-Theoretic Modeling and Analysis (Econometric Society Monographs) by Roth, Alvin E., Sotomayor, Marilda A. Oliveira

For all the open access & free books/courses, don't forget to leave a comment to encourage them or support them if you can afford it, they make free public knowledge possible.

Thank you.